Set in a small town in Tennessee, this series features a diverse ensemble of well-loved characters--the family, colleagues, and friends of dog breeder and boarder Mae December and her fiancé Sheriff Ben Bradley.
Mae December runs a dog boarding business in Tennessee. When her neighbor, Ruby Mead-Allison, fails to pick up her Pomeranian, Mae discovers the woman’s body. While delving into the mystery of Ruby’s death, Mae and handsome Sheriff Ben Bradley find no shortage of suspects. Meanwhile the killer wants to put a permanent stop to Mae’s meddling. Book 1 of the Mae December Mystery Series.
On the eve of the grand opening of the historic Booth Mansion in Rosedale, TN, a man is shot and left for dead on the nursery floor. His is found by his former lover, the sister of Mae December, local kennel owner and girlfriend of Sheriff Ben Bradley. Ben’s relationship with the family complicates an already complex case involving many their friends and neighbors. The second Mae December Mystery.
It’s a bitter cold January in Rosedale, Tennessee. Mae December finds yet another body, this one on the banks of the Little Harpeth River. Another murder for her boyfriend, Sheriff Ben Bradley, to investigate. Mae’s broken wrist makes helping with the case difficult, but that’s okay, because evidence points clearly to the owner of a nearby puppy mill. Book 3 of the Mae December mystery series.
Like a murder of crows, the interested parties gather around well-to-do Leonard Willis who is nearing the end of his life. But it’s his young son Chester who dies unexpectedly. It looks like an overdose until Dr. Lucy doubts the diagnosis. There were only five people in the house that hot summer night. It only takes two to make a murder. So who done it? And was the motive money or love?
Investigator Dory Clarkson and Evangeline are visiting Voodoo village when a resident tells them her granddaughter, Zoé Canja, is missing. Zoé’s dog, a Weimaraner nursing four pups, finds the young woman’s body in a shallow grave. As Halloween approaches, Sheriff Bradley is running for reelection, and this case, complicated by Voodoo curses, could doom his campaign and put his staff in danger.
As Mae and Sheriff Ben Bradley prepare for their March wedding, they are distracted by a murder on the set of a movie being filmed in the house down the street. For its soundtrack, the film uses music by Mae’s former fiancé, four years dead. The victim was stealing money from a safe when he was shot. Whose money is it, and where did it come from? The sixth and final Mae December Mystery.